wanitaindonesia-ifs - Protect your skin with a sunscreen from free radicals due to direct exposure to UVA can damage millions of healthy cells in the epidermal layer.
Exposure to ultraviolet A (UVA) is bad for the skin. Especially for those who move outside the room from 09:00 until 15:00. Free radicals from UV rays can damage millions of healthy cells in the epidermal layer.
UVA exposure is unavoidable, the free radicals was not easily eradicated, but you can counteract the attacks that harm the skin with proper care. The simplest steps to protect the skin from adverse effects of free radicals is the routine use of moisturizers and sunscreens.
Moisturizer with an SPF does not necessarily protect the skin completely, because its main function is to moisturize. Skin protection from UV exposure obtained from sunscreens containing PA + + is used after using a moisturizer.
90 percent of skin damage is the impact from effects of exposure to UVA rays. This is why regular application of sunscreen becomes important and key to skin care. If not using a sunscreen, aging even more rapidly emerged. The sign of black spots appear on the face, the skin is dehydrated, it looks dull and the texture becomes more coarse.
The use of sunscreen can protect skin from free radicals that can damage millions of healthy cells in the skin layer of the epidermis. When healthy cells are damaged, cell regeneration capability will be weakened. We recommend using sunscreen as the final stage of a daily skin care ritual, after cleansing and moisturizing facial. "Wear sunscreen 15-20 minutes before outdoor activities.